In this season of giving thanks for all the good things in our lives, we want to say a sincere thank you to all of you. Read more about the ways we're thankful for our alumni and friends.
Where's Waldo? And Wanda? And those other classmates you haven't seen in years? The UNCG Alumni Association is embarking on an endeavor to help our graduates connect with UNCG and with one another. Read more about how you can update your information.
College isn't the same for everyone. Your experiences are a reflection of when you attended UNCG, the types of classes you took, where you spent your time and with whom. For some African-American alumni, coming together has helped them define their common ground. Read more about efforts to bring African-American alumni together.
A dancer. A painter. A TV personality. A theatre director. For these artists, entrepreneurship is a way of life. And that's what the creators of BELL (Building Entrepreneurial Learning for Life) want everyone to understand a solid business sense is a necessary ingredient of even the most creative of endeavors. Read more about artist entrepreneurs.
December is right around the corner, and that means it's time for Branches of Love, an opportunity for students to decorate trees for needy families. If you would like to sponsor a team of students or provide an artificial tree or supplies, contact the Alumni Relations office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (336) 334-5696. Also, mark your calendars for the 2007 Graduation Reception and Ring Ceremony. Read more about these and other upcoming events.